Patronal Festival – 26th May

On Wednesday 26th May, we will be celebrating the feast day of our patron saint, St Augustine of Canterbury, with a special communion service.  It will begin at 7pm and will be held in church and on our Facebook page (www.facebook.com/swinstaug) The order of service can be downloaded by clicking here The hymn sheet and

Annual Report 2020

  We have published our 2020 Annual Report.  The report can be downloaded by clicking on the picture. The report includes remarks from our Priest in Charge, a review of the year and financial summary. St Augustine’s Annual Report 2020 A5 FINAL

Communion for Ascension Day

Communion for Ascension Day Tomorrow, Thursday 13th May is Ascension Day, a principle feast in the church’s calendar. Ascension Day is the 40th day after Easter Sunday, that commemorates Jesus Christ’s ascension into heaven. Our service is at 7pm and is a service of Holy Communion, and all are welcome to join us, whether in

National Day of Reflection

National Day of Reflection On Tuesday 23rd March, we mark one year since the start of the first lockdown. In what has been a difficult year for everyone, we should take time to reflect and remember those who have died since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. At 6pm we will toll the church bell

Harvest Thanksgiving

This coming Sunday, 4th October, is our Harvest Thanksgiving at 11am both in church and online. We will be giving thanks to God for all the wonderful gifts he gives us. We encourage everyone again this year to donate items to the Swindon Food Collective to help those in our communities who may be struggling

Peace Doves are installed

Peace Doves are finally installed A new installation of doves has been installed in the nave of the church.  Earlier in the year, we had planned to install the doves as a commemoration of the 75th anniversary of VE Day on 8th May.  Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we had already set up the frame

Regular and Online Giving

Regular and Online Giving We are living in exceptional times. However, despite not being able to meet in the church building, the church hasn’t stopped. We are still reaching out to those around us with online services, phone calls as well as regular updates on social media and our website. Unfortunately during these times, the

Worship at Home

Worship at Home – Holy Week and Easter Services we are streaming on our Facebook page this week which you can join in with.  Orders of Service are available from our website.  Click on the Facebook logo on the right or in the toolbar at the top of this page to go directly to our Facebook

Christmas Eve and Christmas Day

Monday 24th December Christmas Eve 6.00pm             Crib Service A service for all the family which includes our own version of the  Nativity story, songs and the blessing of the Crib.  Everyone is encouraged to take part, and there may be some surprises in store too! 11.30pm           Midnight Mass The first communion of Christmas by candlelight

Current Works to the Building

There are currently building repairs to various parts of the church to repair damaged roof tiles, brickwork and to carry out some emergency re-pointing. High level plant growth in the brickwork is also being removed. West Front – north and south corners removal of plant growth and repointing and remove of plant growth in the

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